عنوان مقاله [English]
With the beginning of the translation movement in the second and third centuries AH, the entry of rational sciences into the Islamic world, the evolution of theology and the development of theological disciplines among Muslims, the scholars of the Islamic world sought to learn these sciences. The combination of these factors caused the theological views of Muslim scholars to appear in their various writings, including interpretive and theological views. Using descriptive-analytical method, this research seeks to answer the question of what effects theological views have had on the formation and formulation of the rules of Arabic grammar. Analytical descriptive study of this issue indicates that the important role of theology in the development and regulation of syntactic views in various chapters such as: syntactic causes, conflict, the position of the subject and the object and the Arabs of the two, and ... causes issues such as factor and Common, syntactic causes, appearances of major and minor Arabs, chapters and partial rules of grammar became fully apparent.